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Community Group meeting at MOLA Conference

As a reminder to community group members, we will hold an in-person meeting on Friday 2 June 2023 as part of a new technology-focused day immediately preceding the 41st Annual MOLA Conference, to be hosted by the Berlin Philharmonic (2–5 June 2023).

The Tech Fair, to be held at the Hanns Eisler School of Music, will be an opportunity for technology-focused presentations, potentially including from organisations and companies that are members of the Community Group.

If you plan to attend the meeting but not attend the MOLA Conference itself, that will be possible (we will provide a link to register your attendance in due course), but if you are considering attending the conference, or for your company to exhibit at the Tech Fair, the registration deadline is coming very soon

Registration for the conference closes on 21 April, so there’s no time to lose: if you are planning to come to Berlin to attend the meeting in person, please register before the closing date.

If you would be interested in participating in the Tech Fair, please contact the chair of the MOLA Technology Committee, Mark Fabulich, and Amy Tackitt, MOLA’s Administrator. Mark can be reached at mfabulich at bso dot org, while Amy can be reached at amytackitt at aol dot com (please excuse the simple obfuscation of the email addresses; this is to avoid them being too easily picked up by scrapers and bots).

The W3C Music Notation Community Group meeting will take place at the conclusion of the Tech Fair schedule, at 3.30pm Berlin time (2.30pm London time, 9.30am New York Time, 6.30am Los Angeles time). We encourage as many CG members as possible to plan to attend in person, but we are also planning to provide online access to the meeting if possible.

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